Veer Towers

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3722 Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV

3726 Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV

Veer Towers

The dramatic angles of the Veer Towers
Building Information
Developer MGM Resorts International
Architect Francisco Gonzalez Pulido
Number of Units 674
Number of Floors 37
Year Built 2010
Construction Method Concrete
Type of Roof IRMA
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3726 Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV
Distance to Public Transit Less than one block
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Zoning 16220711008
Title of Land Condominium



Veer Towers were once described as a pair of drunken revelers because of the offset angles
Veer Towers is a striking new addition to the already interesting skyline of Las Vegas, or more specifically, Paradise, Nevada. The architects at Francisco Gonzalez Pulido designed the twin towers to be offset by five degrees each from each other introducing some interesting construction issues.

The residences within were designed by Dianna Wong Architecture & Interior Design. Each tower has 337 condominium homes ranging in size from 537 square feet to 2256 square feet. There are a selection of studios, one, two, and three bedroom layouts, not to mention the penthouse suites.

As part of the CityCenter, which was begun by MGM Resorts International, Veer Towers is a part of the largest privately funded construction project in the United States. A bulk sale of 427 units were sold to Ladder Capital Finance by CityCenter in December of 2012 for $119 million and they are represented by Pordes Residential.

Veer Towers has access to a wide variety of art and sculptures as a part of CityCenter. One notable work includes the mud drawings in the lobbies of each of the Veer Towers by Richard Long, one of Britain's best-known sculptors.[1]


Veer Towers is centrally located in the heart of Paradise City near the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino and not far from the airport. It is on one end of the what is referred to the world over, as The Strip in Las Vegas. The twin towers take their place among the other architectural wonders of that area.

MGM Grand, New York-New York Hotel and Casino, Planet Hollywood, Bellagio, Flamingo, Caesar's - they're all within a couple of blocks of Veer Towers.



Architectural drawings showing the offset angles of the buildings

The design of Veer Towers accepted the challenge of creating a sustainable, all glass tower in the desert. This was accomplished largely due to the gold colored adjustable louvers on the building's all glass façade that provide shading under heavy solar loads. High performance Low-E glazing in the glass permits daylight visibility without the introduction of solar heat gain.

Each of the Veer Towers has an 80 foot high glassed in lobby. Cooling and heating of this space was determined to be best served by a radiant cooling surface utilizing either chilled or heated water to control the temperature. Combined with displacement ventilation, which provides outside air requirements, was the solution chosen to maintain occupant comfort within the lobby space.

The load bearing structure uses a simple Z-shaped central core repetitively. The support columns are perfectly vertical while the façades incline inward on one side and outward on the other at the designed five degrees. With the colored louvers, the glass façade, and the usual angle of the structure, the Veer Towers add an iconic look the the city's skyline.[3]

Layout and Features

Open concept suites
Veer Towers has 674 Condominium homes comprised of studios, one, two, and three bedroom layouts. Here are a few of the design features of the Veer:
  • 9’3” ceilings in standard residences and up to 12’6” floor-to-ceiling in penthouses
  • Wiring for television, telephone and internet
  • Recessed lighting in select areas
  • Central air conditioning and heating with climate controls
  • Solid-core doors with designer hardware
  • European-style kitchen cabinets
  • Under-mount stainless steel sinks and custom glass back splash
  • Energy-efficient appliances by Bosch
  • Custom contemporary bathroom vanities
  • Solid stone or marble vanity counter tops with vessel sinks and designer fixtures
  • Contemporary shower with marble tile and accent wall in ceramic tile or ceramic and glass combinations[4]

Floor Plans

A variety of floor plans are available for Veer Towers. Here is a short sampling:


Disclaimer: Beautiful models DO NOT automatically come with your purchase of a Veer Towers condo.
  • Secluded driveway with valet parking services
  • 24-hour security and a dedicated concierge
  • Secured access to residential elevators
  • Business centers, board rooms and mail rooms
  • Media and billiard rooms at rooftop level
  • Rooftop hospitality patios with spectacular views for outdoor entertaining
  • Infinity-edge pools, hot tubs and sun decks at rooftop level
  • Fitness Centers with panoramic views and separate men’s and women’s changing rooms, steam rooms and saunas
  • Bicycle storage areas[5]


Veer Towers Bylaws
Rentals Yes
Age No
Barbecues No

  • There are provisions to allow rental units
  • No age restrictions are placed on ownership
  • Barbecues are not permitted as there are no balconies




Architectural drawings showing the offset angles of the buildings
Architectural drawings showing the offset angles of the buildings



  1. Wikipedia
  3. Council of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat
  4. Veer Towers
  5. Veer Towers

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